Track and field competes at three meets...
At the Bryan Clay Invitational, SDSU brought home three titles and numerous season-best marks.
On the men's side, Jared Vlastuin won the long jump, with a second-best school jump
of 25 feet. Vlastuin also finished tied-for-second in the high jump with a leap of six feet, eight and three-fourth inches.
Calvin Cammack was also a winner in the pole vault with a height of 16 feet, nine and one-fourth inches. The height was a season-best by almost nine inches and a SDSU record.
In the 110 meter hurdles, Brandon Priebe was 9th in a
season-best time of 14.97. Priebe also ran at the Mt. SAC Relays with a time of 15.01.
Jared Ailts posted a season-best in the 1500 with a time of 3:49.80, good for 15th place.
On the women's side, Amy Paulzine posted a season-best throw of 147 feet, four inches to win the javelin throw. The distance was a season-best by nearly 10 feet.
In the high jump, Mary Wirth finished second with a season-best jump of five feet, eight inches.
Megan Bren posted the best time of any SDSU runner this season in the 400 to finish 13th with a time of 56.88.
McKenzie Johnson recorded a third-place throw of 46 feet, 10
and one-fourth inches in the shot put. Johnson was also second at the CSLA Twilight in the shot put with a toss of 45 feet, five and one-fourth inches.
Ashley Odegaard posted a season-best in the long jump with a
leap of 18 feet, four and one-half inches en route to fifth place. Odegaard was also second in the 100 meter dash with a time of 12.13.
Tera Potts posted a season-best time of 4:39.84 in the 1500 meter run.
On the men's side, Trent Lusignan posted a 30:25.46 time in the 10000 meter run en route to 10th place.
At the CSLA Twilight, Arran Davis was the top finisher on either side with a first-place finish in the javelin. The throw of 184 feet, three inches was a season-best by nearly nine feet.
Complete results from the Bryan Clay Invitational, Red Raider Open and CSLA Twilight are available at the beginning of this article.